by Bayu Wicaksono » Fri, 25 Sep 2009 01:01:43 GMT

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 So... gw baru bangun pagi.. n browsing2.. trus ke website androidandme.comand
here's what I found...


Cyanogenmod is in trouble... keknya ada pihak google kurang berkenan sama
rom cyanogen yg didalemnya mendistribusikan closed source Android apps.. and
those apps are..
Gmail, Gtalk, Android Market, etc..

this is bad man.. klo misal cyanogen ga boleh bikin rom dgn adanya aplikasi2
itu.. maka semua bakal jadi OHD.. no more android market.. in every rom..
yes including Hero Rom.. :(

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by Putra Abbas » Fri, 25 Sep 2009 01:56:08 GMT

 Yah waktunya Google learn some lesson
when people stop purchasing their devices ...

On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 8:01 AM, Bayu Wicaksono

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by Ardhy Wisnu Nugroho » Fri, 25 Sep 2009 02:09:53 GMT

 Mungkin lebih tepat kalo, people stop using their service.

Next question is.. when?


Yah waktunya Google learn some lesson
when people stop purchasing their devices ...

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back to the OS, there is a long delay before the EditText's contents
update.  Likewise, if the user interaction was to enter or exit focus
on such an EditText, the new focus takes a long time to take affect.

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Has anyone else observed such behavior?

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